Most professional athletes are used to getting their way in anything, especially when it comes to the willingness of people to overlook their various misdeeds.
Thumb through any sports section and you’re going to see athletes all over the place being acquitted for things they shouldn’t have done.
However, in the court of self defense it doesn’t matter who you are and what sport you played. If you get in between an armed person and their safety you can expect to get shot.
That’s what a former NFL player learned the hard way.
The owner of a multi-million dollar home in Portland, OR will not face charges for shooting former NFL Detroit Lions cornerback Stanley Wilson II.
Police say Wilson was shot after Southwest Portland resident Robert McCall discovered the former NFL player trying to break into his home on Southwest Humphrey Boulevard on June 22, 2016. The homeowner alerted authorities to the shooting and